20th February 2012
Columnist Brett Arends has many questions regarding Europe's economic crisis and visits Mean Street to try to unravel the mystery. The Wall Street Journal
What happened to President Obama's vision for America? Panorama examines the decaying economic conditions in the US from the storm drains under Las Vegas to the one and a half million homeless children and the all night queues to see doctors. BBC
How has the Eurozone crisis affected the Sino-European relationship? Fredrik Erixon says China is less eager to play to a junior role to bigger giants in the global economy as a result of Europe's inability to overcome political brinkmanship. The German Marshall Fund
Economist Paul Krugman says America's long-run fiscal problem is driven by two things: runaway health care costs and an inadequate tax revenue base. University of Cambridge Judge Business School
Hedge Fund manager and author of Plant Ponzi, Mitchell Feierstein, thinks that at some stage cracks will begin to appear in western economies because they're massively over indebted. Sky News
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